Terry Gilliam’s ‘Brazil’ (1985)

January 1, 2007

I remembered how the same footage in Brazil was used to portray extreme opposites of emotion, and realized I too could manipulate the footage shot in Reality to better reflect the story we needed to tell. […]

A Thousand Clowns (1966)

March 1, 2006

Clowns is a hilarious, startling mix of stage-bound dialogue scenes and wildly inventive montages scored by marches, Dixieland jazz and, occasionally, Jason Robards strumming a ukulele. […]

Howard Hawks’ ‘Rio Bravo'(1959)

November 1, 2005

By consuming the wine and wafer, we vicariously channel the divinity of Christ, and, by watching ‘Rio Bravo’, I was vicariously channeling the courage of John Wayne. […]

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